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December 2, 2019

Benefits of Remote Alcohol Monitoring for Clients Leaving Sober Living Homes

Health. Home. Purpose. Community. These are the four major pillars that support recovery, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Intrinsically connected to all four touchpoints, hope sets the foundation for recovery because it is the belief that existing challenges and conditions can be conquered, and that change is possible.
October 18, 2019
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5 Things that May Negatively Affect Child Custody

When parents get involved in a heated custody battle, the parent who loses primary custody may feel that the system is unfair. Maybe the parent feels the judge was biased, or that their lawyer did not fight hard enough for them. Even if they are still a capable and loving parent, instances where parents lose primary custody happen because it is in the best interest of the child. Here are some easy ways for parents to unintentionally harm their custody case.
September 20, 2019
National Recovery Month 2019

What is National Recovery Month?

This September marks the 30th anniversary of National Recovery Month, put on by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). National Recovery Month is an annual nationwide event created to raise awareness surrounding treatment for substance abuse and other mental health disorders. The amount of people struggling with mental health and substance use disorders continues to rise every year.
September 17, 2019
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How Recovery Coaches and Clients Benefit from Soberlink Alcohol Monitoring

For the 15.1 million Americans who struggle with Alcohol Use Disorder every year, the most difficult part of the recovery journey is not just finding the path to sobriety… it’s staying on it. During the first year of recovery, it’s recommended that individuals seek some sort of continued care rather than attempt to navigate the unfamiliar terrain of recovery alone. While there are many options for continued care, hiring a recovery coach is the one that provides the most individualized approach.
July 25, 2019

The All-New Soberlink Connect Device Delivers Improved Performance in Both Design and Functionality

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — Soberlink introduces the all-new Soberlink Connect Device that packs the latest alcohol monitoring technology into a smaller, lighter, and faster device. The device pairs with any Apple or Android phone or tablet, allowing clients to send tests from anywhere. With an updated camera, new tamper-resistant technology, and faster sending times, Soberlink Connect delivers trusted, accurate results in Addiction Treatment, Family Law, and Workplace Compliance.
June 11, 2019

Soberlink Announces Partnership with The In-Home Addiction Treatment Institute

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. – Soberlink Healthcare, the leader in remote alcohol monitoring technology, has partnered with The In-Home Addiction Treatment Institute (IHATI), a nonprofit organization dedicated to progressing the education, accessibility, and research of in-home substance use disorder treatment. Together, Soberlink and IHATI will study the outcomes of Alcohol Use Disorder clients using Soberlink alcohol monitoring in conjunction with the In-Home Addiction Treatment model of care.
May 8, 2019
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Hazelden Betty Ford Case Study: Connecting Clients for Lasting Recovery

Hazelden Betty Ford has been at the forefront of the alcohol and drug addiction treatment field for more than 70 years. Their experts are dedicated to providing clinical care, education, and research in the field of addiction, and have been saving lives, restoring families, and shaping increasingly effective addiction treatment programs with the ultimate goal of promoting lasting sobriety. Expanding on this goal, Hazelden Betty Ford created Connection™, a personalized, intensive recovery coaching experience for people in early recovery that also promotes peace of mind for their families, loved ones, and other concerned parties.
March 19, 2019
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What History Can Teach Us About Fighting Disease Stigma

For centuries, disease has been the subject of stigma and discrimination. From social exclusion to outright punishment, people with illnesses, including Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD), have experienced a history of prejudice grounded in misconception and fear. While this trend is deeply rooted in our culture, physicians, researchers, addiction professionals, and other healthcare specialists are taking steps to debunk the myths surrounding disease to improve health on a global scale.
January 28, 2019
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Alcohol Monitoring Leads to Increased Parenting Time

Parental drinking affects millions of children each year as one in eight Americans battle alcoholism. Approximately one in four American children are growing up with at least one parent who intermittently binge drinks or consistently drinks heavily. These national trends have obvious implications for custody cases, as parents with a history of alcohol use disorder may face skepticism regarding their parenting abilities.
January 10, 2019

Soberlink Introduces Advanced Reporting

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — Today, Soberlink, the leader in remote alcohol monitoring technology, announced Advanced Reporting, the first use of data analysis to display alcohol monitoring results. With Advanced Reporting, individuals who receive Soberlink’s reports will be able to quickly and easily understand testing results. Advanced Reporting is a breakthrough innovation that improves efficiency and enhances ease of use for Soberlink customers.
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